Definition of Triptyca

1. a triptych [n -S] - See also: triptych



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Triptyca

triprosopus
trips
trips up
tripses
tripsis
triptan
triptane
triptanes
triptans
triptolide
tripton
triptons
triptorelin
triptote
triptotes
triptyca (current term)
triptycas
triptycene
triptycenes
triptych
triptychs
tripudia
tripudiary
tripudiation
tripudiations
tripudium
tripuhyite
tripulant
tripus
tripwire

Literary usage of Triptyca

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1. Sacred and Legendary Art by Jameson (Anna) (1895)
"I remember a little triptyca, a genuine work of Fiesole, in which one of the lateral compartments represents his favorite subject, the souls of the blessed ..."

2. Sacred and Legendary Art by Jameson (Anna) (1857)
"I remember a little triptyca, a genuine work of Fiesole, in which one of the lateral compartments represents his favourite subject, the souls of the blessed ..."

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